Who Killed Andrei Warhol: The American Diary of a Soviet Journalist by Oleksandr Ivanov ; Translated, Edited, Annotated, and with an Introduction by Vilen Abelin ; Foreword by Alexander J. Motyl : a Novel
Seven Locks, 2007 - Fiction - 233 pages
"Who Killed Andrei Warhol is an absurdist tragicomedy that imagines and explores a friendship between pop artist Andy Warhol and a straight-laced orthodox Communist, a Soviet Ukrainian journalist who arrives in New York early in 1968 to cover the impending American Revolution. Written in the form of a diary, Who Killed Andrei Warhol begins at the height of New York's garbage strike and ends dramatically on the day of Valerie Solanas's attempted killing of Warhol."--BOOK JACKET.
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